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· May, 2010

Stories about Photography from May, 2010

Egypt: A walk along a Mameluke street

Maryanne Stroud Gabbani invited her friend Patricia Canfield to write about her tours of Cairo and share the photographs she took. Patricia profoundly wrote about Khan El Khalili, Al Mu’izz...

Russia: Photos of Grozny

LJ user greedyspeedy posts the first installment of photos of Grozny, Chechnya, taken in April, and writes (RUS) in the comments: “This photo report is about the glossy Grozny; I'll...

Russia: Pictures of Forest Fire

Photoblogger Igor Podgorny posts convincing pictures of the aftermath of the forest fire that is denied by Russian authorities.

Japan: Sanja Festival

Powerful images of the traditional Sanja Festival [en] (Tokyo), by Zuco.

Bangladesh: Celebrating Mother's Day

Back To Bangladesh posts a tribute to the Mother's Day with some photos of mothers in Bangladesh.

Photo Contest of CSIS Southeast Asia Program

The CSIS Southeast Asia Program is organizing a photo contest to feature images taken in Southeast Asia that demonstrate the importance of communication and cooperation – across countries, races and...

Images from Japan's Largest Slum

The DJMICK blog posts select images by photojournalist Androniki Christodoulou of Japan’s Largest Slum in Kamagasaki, Osaka.

Destroyed Javanese heritage sites

Numerous relics belonging to the Javanese empire of  Majapahit are being neglected by the Indonesian government. Paidi Jolali, an autodidact photographer, historian and mountaineer photographed and catalogued these Majapahit relics...

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